6th Grade Homework

 
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Science

3/18: No HW

3/19: No HW; 6A bring in supplies for your bird feeder design

3/20: No HW

3/21: WS on the Origin of Bone Names due Monday. Study for Teeth Quiz on Thurs. 3/28.

3/22:

           












 

 
Language Arts​
Mrs. Loew
cloew@sja-hillsdale.org
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  Writ
er's Workshop 
Ms. Mastrangelo 
nmastrangelo@sja-hillsdale.org

  

6-B



Spelling- Words 11-15 5x each. Test Monday

Three body paragraphs of Research due Monday



6-A

Spelling- Words 11-15 5x each. Test Monday

Three body paragraphs of Research due Monday






Writer's Workshop
EMOTION POEM DUE THIS FRIDAY MARCH 15TH :) SEE ME IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE

 


Religion- 6A

  


Religion- 6B

6/1: No HW
6/7: Quick Topics essays 2 & 3 due Monday


Social Studies-Mr. Curtin


  3/21  Mediterranean Area Map was due today, Thursday, 3/21.  I did NOT receive all of them.   Please use your textbook and the internet to assist you.  Also, please print, put your name on both pages, and use pencil. Current Events is due Tuesday, March 26 for assigned students.  The topic for the 3rd Trimester is "Good News" which means you are to find an article of some good news event that has recently occurred in the world.  It MUST be in blue or black ink and in complete sentences.   Please have a D.E.A.R. book with you at all times.  
This day in history  March 21, 1918: During World War I, the Second Battle of the Somme, the first major German offensive in more a year, begins on the western front. After five hours of bombardment from more than 9,000 pieces of German artillery, the poorly prepared British Fifth Army was forced into retreat in France’s Somme River region. For a week, the Germans pushed toward Paris, shelling the city from a distance of some 80 miles with their “Big Bertha” cannons. However, the poorly supplied German troops soon became exhausted, and the Allies halted their advance as French artillery knocked out the German guns besieging Paris. On April 2, U.S. General John J. Pershing sent American troops down into the trenches to help repulse the German offensive. It was the first major deployment of U.S. troops in World War I.


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